The Business School welcomed a group of Dutch students who flew over to collaborate with Edge Hill University students on a group project and experience the UK culture.
Edge Hill University Business School shared best practice tips with four academics from Harper Adams University at a special event showcasing the Reimagining Ormskirk project. Co-ordinated by Kim Cassidy, Professor of Services Marketing at Edge Hill, and in collaboration with West Lancashire Borough Council, first year Marketing and Business students were asked to explore Ormskirk […]
Senior Lecturer in Politics Paula Keaveney outlines the possible ramifications from the result of Parliament’s vote on Theresa May’s Brexit Withdrawal Agreement with the EU.
Place ecologist and Edge Hill Business School lecturer Nick Catahan explains his mission to understand the complex relationships people have with multiple environments.
As we continue to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, some of our successful female alumni give us their visions of a fairer world.
Edge Hill University Business School is celebrating the recognition of one of its staff, Professor Paresh Wankhade, in a recently launched national review of ambulance performance targets.
As the clock ticks on Brexit negotiations, confusion appears to reign. We talk to international political economist Dr Christopher Dent about the various trade options available to the UK, and what they mean for our future trading relationships with our closest trade partners – and, ultimately, our prosperity.
Strengthening how organisations support young women leaders was discussed by an Edge Hill academic during a research trip to Geneva with members of the World Young Women’s Christian Association (World YWCA).
Inspired by retail guru Bill Grimsey, a group of students from Edge Hill University were set the task of preparing Ormskirk for the 21st century.
Three talented Edge Hill University graduates who masterminded ‘Arrive Alive’, a don’t text and drive campaign have seen their ideas come to life across Lancashire.